Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘wear’

20160731

In aphorism, bon mot, proverb on 20160731 at 23:55

The moment you decide that you deserve better is the moment that you know better—and already in this moment, you are better off.

The fool wears chains to the tune of gold—grounded in insecurity, weighted by vanity, and convinced they are better off decorated than liberated.

As if the limits of mortality were not damning enough, the fool boasts of his own. 

If a fool looks for dirt in the cleanest of waters, he is sure to succeed—if only in finding his reflection.

The fool dismisses a dozen opportunities before asking for a second chance.

Regret is the currency of the fool and the agency of the wise.

Waking up is hard to do, but it’s the only way to welcome in a new day.

What is the difference between mail and email? a LETTER

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20120527

In aphorism, proverb on 20120602 at 23:40

When we share, ownership becomes secondary to fellowship.

Your quest, your questions.

Projection is proximal to perception, distal to existence.

Learning follows listening.

Clarity wears a cloak of obscurity.

20101205

In aphorism, proverb, rumination on 20101205 at 15:48

Truth is transparency.

No democracy without transparency.

Democracy without transparency is dictatorship in disguise.

Subversion of the people is the greatest treason.

Who alone stands up to a government deserves the highest honor.

The government that wields its weapons against its people, yields implosion of the nation.

Truth cannot be silenced, only construed.

Who has something to hide, has something to reveal.

A smile is a heart worn outside; a frown is a heart worn out.

Where is knowledge gained, is responsibility assumed.

20101128

In aphorism, proverb on 20101128 at 23:48

Money and medicine are no equals of wealth and health.

History is but fable, the present is but fact, the future is but fantasy.

Sooner a fool to rewrite history and foretell the future, than to change his present ways.

Translation exacts meaning; interpretation exacts expression.

Rank is a badge worn.

20100914

In aphorism, chinese, proverb on 20100914 at 15:44

真正的财富不佩带金黄冠。
Real wealth wears no crown.

The short leg reaches the ground, same as the long leg.

20100902

In aphorism, proverb on 20100902 at 12:24

The horse that carries the reins in his mouth, wears no bridle.

20100214

In aphorism, proverb on 20100214 at 13:22

Worry darns the holes of socks yet worn and scrubs the stains of trousers yet soiled.

Worry makes the weary.

20090929

In aphorism, proverb on 20090929 at 08:10

The bee that stings never does again.

The wise is aware of his ignorance, but the fool is ignorant even of his awareness.

The smoking hand is an idle hand.

The dreaming mind is a sleeping mind.

Who wears a shoe is never at home.

A lawn seeded is a lawn mowed.

The dry well is a lonely well.

A color is worn in season’s time.

The single ply does not fray.

A ripened fruit falls free from the vine; the immature cling fast.

20090928

In aphorism, proverb, rumination on 20090928 at 21:27

Suppose religion were superstition, that God were a god, that the creator were man.

The dreaming mind is a sleeping head.

Who wears a shoe is never at home.

A lawn seeded awaits a mowing.

The dry well is a desolate well.

A color is worn in a season’s time.

The single ply does not fray.

A smoking hand is an idle hand.

A ripened fruit falls from the vine; lo, the immature cling fast.

20090719

In rumination on 20090719 at 07:31

[Author Artistic]

An author is but an artist, an artist of words, of assembly of those words. An artist is but a realist and all the more a surrealist of this art of words, creating images worn and yet ever woven anew.